Does an exhibition, dedicated exclusively to homeland security, and organized under the patronage of the French Ministry of Interior, warrant a visit from you? If homeland security is your forte, then it most certainly does. Milipol Paris 2017, the event in question, is being held this year at Paris-Nord Villepinte, from 21-24 November. Will…
Does an exhibition, dedicated exclusively to homeland security, and organized under the patronage of the French Ministry of Interior, warrant a visit from you? If homeland security is your forte, then it most certainly does. Milipol Paris 2017, the event in question, is being held this year at Paris-Nord Villepinte, from 21-24 November. Will you be there? If you haven’t made up your mind yet, this may help:
If 89% of the exhibitors at Milipol Paris 2015 were satisfied with the exhibition, they must have experienced something that’s missing at the exhibitions with relatively low satisfaction level, right? Now, at any exhibition, you expect to get noticed and strengthen your positioning, but with 24,056 decision-making visitors (2015’s data) present, you can do a lot more – your chances of securing clients increase manifold. Also, the exhibition is widely covered by the media, meaning, you have the opportunity to get the word out and leave your mark.
Maximizing your exposure and creating brand awareness, not only during the exhibition but also after it ends – this is what the exhibitors try to get out of an event. And they do that with the help of communication tools – tools like rotating banners, aisle letters, personalized badge lanyards, and floor tiles to name a few. At Milipol Paris, you can advantage of state-of-the-art tools and reach out to the greatest number of qualified business contacts.
With sectors like anti-terrorism, law enforcement, urban security, perimeter security, and civil defence being covered at the exhibition, you ought to be there. The exhibition will also include a 4-day conference program featuring globally-renowned experts and talk shows run by the French High Committee for Civil Defence (HCFDC).If you crave for knowledge, there’s no better event to be at.
The event allows you to exhibit, and the same time lets you be a part of exhibitor seminars and live demonstrations. More importantly, you have the option of speaking with the targeted attendees in a B2B meeting format. So, if you have been meaning to present some of your innovative solutions to buyers from the sector and official delegations, now’s when you do it.
The icing on the cake is that they have a new exhibition stand; well, the organizers thought of improving the stand and have now come up with “Comexposium Stand designed by Marcelo Joulia”, a modern and stylish design that can be easily customized in accordance with your individual requirements. The Milipol Innovation Awards are also something to look forward to; they reward the most innovative companies in different categories of the homeland security industry.
Homeland security is an industry that’s growing at a tremendous rate and is expected to reach $546 billion by 2022, and if you are a part of it or want to be, you just can’t give the Milipol Paris a miss.